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patricia orzano in. liz: the guy on your screen is talking about deals. coming up come an exclusive look at it exclusive company called intralinks. where those deals are being made, and will make some pop. david: we will show you what drove the markets today with today's data download. stocks rallying as investors looking for signs of a compromise. the dow jones ending up triple digits near session highs. all 30 dow components closing in the green. today we be's balance push things out of correction territory. materials and technology were the top performers. the s&p sectors, the utilities did lag. it's .5 years in november, national association of homebuilders index posing as increase. existing home sales jumping 2.1% in october to a seasonally adjusted rate. 1.9 million. liz: jim haugland and john brady. they are going to talk about the average for the month. we can't get too hyped up about this. what can we get excited about? when you see that told you that this looks good and significant? >> there were two things. there was a tremendous amount of recovery today. these equity index fu
, fifty-year-old troy no zenso, after they found his wife, patricia, dead in the home. somebody called around 5:30 friday morning and then hung up. and when officers arrived they found patricia on the ground. they are not re surrealing the cause at this point. the family members, including patricia, her mother came to the crime scene to learn what happened. the family says they had been going through marital problems, but nothing they thought that would lead to something like that. >> just turn yourself in, make it easy on yourself and everyone else. and give us a reason. on why any of us deserve this, especially patricia. >> reporter: now, police say troy nosenzo may be driving a gray 2006 chevy pickup truck. this is the license plate, again, 8-l 70015, a gray 2006 chevy silverdo pickup truck. and once again this is what he looks like. if you think you have seen him or his pickup truck, please give san jose police a call. nbc bay area news. >> okay, george, thank you. >>> and if you have not already, get out those extra blankets because temperatures are dipping to an extra low tonight
media girl, patricia bovan with sumantec, patricia lynn with merrill lynch, barbara mark with -- barbara mark and her friends, over there, yeah, waving, her friend's friends table. please help me applaud these wonderful women. esther caldwell with delloyd could not be here, she is expecting twins and is on bed rest. i also want to say that today really the details of today, as you know, those of you who do event planning, would not have been possible without our event chairs. i want to acknowledge the 4 co-chairs, it takes a group of friends to put things together. help me acknowledge meg mccallister, cinta lynn really paid attention to all the details of this luncheon today. just like the script, i'm not used to having a script but i have it keep on time here. so i also would like to recognize our honor area event chair, first lady neat ta lee. she could not join us this afternoon but sends her thanks for your support. but i have the privilege of welcoming and introducing someone you all know, a very special guest with us today, our much-esteemed mayor, mayor ed lee. join me in wel
and her two young boys lived in the home with her all patricia -- aunt patricia and her husband. >> i know that a whop was sleeping with troy. >> reporter: around 77:00 this morning a woman was in the intrawick a hoodie around her. >> i look at him as scum. >> reporter: they say he was a black belt in martial arts. he describe as violent fight he had. >> he threw me into the shower and i did the same. >> i want you to turn yourself in. don't take the easy way out because i know that's your next route. turn yourself in and let be everybody face what you just did to ruin our family. >> reporter: it took police two hours to get to the scene much the call first came in at about 5:38 this morning but when the operator picked up, nobody was there. police get dozens of these calls every day and they put at the case on the back burner and addressed things that were going on in the neighborhood. they then arrived on scene to find two tray dogs in the front yard. they had to call animal control before they could enter the house. they are looking for any information. if you have any, please contac
. >> reporter: right now that tree is being turned into wood chips as you can see, what a surprise for patricia, about 4:00 this morning, this tree toppled overon to the back of her home. she was not injured. right now it -- it appears there is minimal damage to her house. she believes this could have been avoided if the city had responded to her repeated calls about the tree. she says in may she noticed it was in bad shape. it appeared to be dying. since then, she has been calling to get the city out. the department of public works spokeswoman says patricia is correct, she did everything right. due to severe budget cuts, the city has reduced the pruning cycle and believe it or not, there are now just three insect fors, tree inspectors for the entire city. -- u, this seems to be one of the consequences. carolyn tyler, abc7 news. >>> just ahead, two winning tickets for that power ball drawing. we'll tell you which cities. >>> why former president george herbert walker bush is in the hospital at >>> somebody's dreams are coming true after a couple of people are winners of the 587 million dollar p
cards. don vermin. okay. patricia -- that might be you. brian brown berger. and frank [speaker not understood]. >>> good evening. i'm patricia [speaker not understood]. i live at 70 crestline drive. i'd like to share with you some pictures. actually these are ones that were produced in 1998 and i'm pleased to say that they're so much better [speaker not understood] to generate the open space. so, can this be switched on? oh, here we go, okay. i can manipulate them. they're not very good, but nevertheless what you can see in the area here -- >> you might want to speak into the microphone there. >>> i'm sorry, i can do both of those. that's the space we're talking about where there are the steps where you can see the figure. and to the right would be the place for the new building, which i might add is a very lovely one. and it takes up that amount of space. so, if you look at the bottom picture there, a little closer, i think you'll see it will take up quite a considerable amount of space right to the edge of the public stairway whether maintained well or not is an issue between
again. i won't see it in my lifetime. patricia's green is a dog run and kiddie park. the palm trees are dying. there were big trees they cut down there for that. so, i'm just asking as a resident for quality of life issue if there was anyway eminent domain, whatever you have to do, i know you put 5.8 million of renovation diamond heights, glenn canyon park. there's 10 million for lafayette park. i mean, you know, i understand economic development, but quality of life, you know. it's getting pretty dense over here. take five blocks, you can see all the new development and, you know, i love my neighborhood. it's getting a little out of hand. >> thank you. >>> sit under a tree, read a book. it would be nice. i've got photos here, patricia's green. >> thank you. >>> but it's not a park. anyway, thank you. >> thank you. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. peter cohan from council community organizations. came to talk about the revised true up. i'm glad to hear there is less of a controversy than there was back in april. i think as it was said, the redevelopment agency using affordable housi
with no cameras and no reporters.fr >> mike: joining me from burlington, vermont, ted and patricia oprakowski. u story was powerful. t i'm not sure there was a dry eye in the house. that is a pretty big house and no dry eyes. how did you first meet governor romney? what was the reason for your encounter with him? >> well, the governor was church oriented. we met him at church the firstn time, him and his wife. and then from there we interacted a little and that was -- i was involved with the republican party in the citye that i lived in and i asked hih to speak. that was years ago when his father was still a person of note. and then he spoke. spoke and he about -- the is subject he spoke was his father ho who hed a high regard for and -- >> and patricia -- go ahead, ted. patricia, i wanted to ask about your son. he was 14, diagnosed with hodgkins disease. terminally ill. >> nonhodgkins. >> mike: nonhodgkins. >> during that time that is when mitt romney ministered to your family in a personal way. tell us about that. >> well, he used to come and visit us at our home and david ended up in and out
in america, with patricia williams, michelle alexander, and eugene jarecki. >> i think it is possible to change people's minds about the war on drugs without making it a race issue. in fact, you know, every poll that's been done shows that white americans in particular don't want to hear about race or racial bias or the racial dimension of any issue, let alone mass incarceration on the war on drugs. but i believe we would be making a huge mistake if we were to pursue drug policy reform without talking about the racial dimension of this crisis. because if we do, if we go about our advocacy in a color-blind way and talk just about cost savings and dollars and cents, and the benefits of drug treatment, never address the racial dimention, we will fail to learn the critical sson that this moment in our history has to teach us. marion cotillard, andrew solomon, and a look at incarceration when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. rose: marion cotillard is here. she came to fame with her oscar-winning performance in
is suspected of killing his wife. the body of patricia nasenzo was found yesterday morning in the entryway of a house. she had a hoody around her face. there were no signs of forced entry into the home. relatives of troy and patricia nazenzo had the couple had a volatile relationship. >> i can see him getting physical, and i can see him doing things like this but i never thought it would have resulted in their marriage. i do know that somebody, a woman was sleeping with troy. >> this is san jose's 41st homicide of the year. surpassing last year's total in approaching the 20 year record in the city. police believe the man took off in a gray chevy silverado pickup truck. the license place number is on your screen. 8l70015. san jose police are asking anyone with any information to please call them. >>> president obama says he will look out for the middle class when he talks with congress on deficit reduction and the budget. >> now, i'm open to compromise and new ideas. but i refuse to accept any approach that isn't balanced. congress should permanently extend the middle class tax cuts, right
forward. >> hi, i am patricia lovelock, i am here for another item. but this taxi issues are familiar to me. for years i was a member of the coordinating council for the paratransit executive committee. we work extremely closely with the taxi services. i met many drivers, and i was head of a committee to ramp taxi drivers. and we were extremely involved with the industry. i used to watch the taxi commission every week. i know a lot of these folks by tv. i have to say that i was always astounded how much the taxi drivers were by the agency and my idea was if there is a waiting list. and they get screwed and don't have worker's comp. and for the disabled society is this is an important issue. we need drivers that have experience and want to be drivers. when you start getting people messing with their jobs so much. it has a lot to do with moral and ability to serve the community. and the disabled community, the paratransit program by far the taxi industry is what serves us. and we need those good, reliable drivers who stuck in there and are doing the rest forever -- rest for us. >> thank
speaker. >> my name is patricia lovelock and i'm here to support miss gallagher's appeal. i was one of the people at the meeting which the historian for 30-45 minutes sat in supervisor farrell's office and very calmly and very competently described what he had viewed personally as the archaeological remains at the summit. at that time, we were told, i believe it was primarily -- that they would be looking into that. we have been asking for documents. since oh, i don't know, maybe the last hearing i have been trying to get hold of the mayor's office on disability and mr. kevin jensen regard something questions with the ada. no response except for one partially responsive answer. i don't understand city people not providing questions to their constituency. i am a disabled individual. right now the road to the shed requires that the cars pass over the ada access path. that is very dangerous for people who may be using that. we have seen cars in that park for years. we have photographs of cars in the park that are from the people from raj goldberg. i rec and park and i have a picture
in a war zone. lieutenant commander patricia serrano, her assignments have been varied includes working as a immediate vaek core man, a legal clerk and a tqm instructor. she completed a 7-month deployment. captain mike napolitano is serving with the navy's expedition training group. while deployed in 2004, he spearheaded maritime patrol relief efforts toing the 2004 indian ocean tsunami, as well as numerous theater cooperation efforts throughout the pacific and in 2009 captain napolitano reported as commanding officer of the expeditionary training group. this is a fabulous panel and i know you're going to appreciate what they have to say. rear admiral, i think you'll start. >> first of all on behalf of the chilean navy i would like to thank so much to san francisco fleet week, particularly to admiral gary roughhead for being invited to participate in this senior seminar. it's a privilege for me to be here and to share with you the experience that we had just during and after the earthquake that we had in chile in february 27, 2010. most of the lessons learned that i'm going to sh
in the police department in a war zone. lieutenant commander patricia serrano, her assignments have been varied includes working as a immediate vaek core man, a legal clerk and a tqm instructor. she completed a 7-month deployment. captain mike napolitano is serving with the navy's expedition training group. while deployed in 2004, he spearheaded maritime patrol relief efforts toing the 2004 indian ocean tsunami, as well as numerous theater cooperation efforts throughout the pacific and in 2009 captain napolitano reported as commanding officer
arrived at the scene only to realize their worst fears were true. >> patricia was a wonderful woman. very wonderful. and he didn't deserve this. >> reporter: at one time, tanya and her two young boys lived in the home with their aunt and uncle. >> i can see him getting physical. but i can't see this happening. >> reporter: police arrived to discover a woman's body in the entry way with a hoodie around her face. there were no signs of forced entry. >> i can honestly say before today, i looked at him as a good man. now i look at him as scum. >> reporter: brandon says his uncle troy was a black belt in martial arts. >> threw me through a shower. and i threw him back through the shower. >> i want you to turn yourself in. i want you to turn yourself in! [ crying ] >> i don't want you to take the easy way out because i know that's your next route. don't take the easy route. turn yourself in, and let every single one of us face what you just did to ruin our family. >> reporter: now it took police over two hours to get to the scene. the first time was about 5:38 this morning, but when the opera
:30 in the morning and then hung up. about an hour later harper says police found his aunt 54-year-old patricia in the home dead. detectives aren't saying how she died, but they say the suspect is her husband, 50-year-old troy edwardth acenzo. his uncle is soft spoken, but he is a black belt in martial arts. once between the two of them at home and once with harper's father who has never cared for harper or his siblings. >> why did you beat up your dad? >> to teachers and him a lesson? >> why? >> take care of your kids. why should i take care of your kids? >> neighbors say police have been there several times for problems with harper and problems between his uncle and aunt fnlt. >> police believe 50-year-old troy is driving a gray 2006 chevrolet silverado puck up truck with california license plate 8l70015. he is wanted for murder. reporting live in san jose, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. the man who holds our nation's secrets abruptly resigned. cia director and retired general david petraeus engaged in an extramarital affair. he is one of the most decorated generals. they say he ha
someone called 911 around 5:30 in the morning and then hung up. troy and patricia had been married for 27 years. family members say they had been going through marital problems but nothing they thought would lead to this. >>> the oakland raiders are in baltimore preparing for tomorrow's game against the ravens and they'll play with heavy hearst. a defensive line coach's son died. terrell williams' 4-year-old son tyson suddenly became sick and died last night at oakland children's hospital. the head coach dennis allen released a statement today saying "we're all deeply saddened by the passing of tyson son and our deepest sympathies go out to terrell and his entire family." the coaching staff will share the workload in his absence allowing him as much time as he needs before returning to the team. we doe have more now on the presidential election. it is official. president barack obama can claim victory in florida. the state finally finished counting all the votes today and declared president obama the winner. florida election officials say the president carried 50% of the vote to mitt romn
suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills. they had been searching for him since his wife, patricia was found dead in their home early yesterday morning. >>> meantime, san jose residents are hoping a wave of burglaries will finally come to an end after a handful of arrests. a cbs 5 reporter patrick sedillo shows us police had some help in ending the crime wave. >> we have made phone calls about the suspicious behavior. >> reporter: the san jose police department has some new help that has always been there. neighborhood groups that are forming and informing the police on the bad guys. >> hopefully when we talk about partnering with the community, we're talking about a philosophy that law enforcement has embraced called community policing. >> reporter: it's paying off. recently sjpd arrested seven suspects on suspicion of burglary. working with residents of san jose. >> it has never been more important to know for the community to be involved and to report suspicious activity. >> reporter: how do they do it? >> just get to know your neighbors. communicate with your neighbors. they'll
, patricia ubency, cecilia pÉrez, margarita -- beatrice montenegro, daniel boyd -- next speaker. >> good morning, supervisors. my name's sharon gadberry. i recently presented a civil grand jury report on muni switchbacks. we found that 20 to 30,000 riders a month are made to get off their bus or train, due to shortages in the muni system. at that time, muni refused to comply with our request to end this practice of switchbacks, mainly due to the deficiencies that they cited in their system. since our jury is no longer meeting they did not take a position on supervisor ween's proposal so my testimony is personal as a muni rider and as a person who completed a study on muni. i support supervisor wiener's proposal to apply also i think all -- all and any new funds should bring the system up to speed, before any new and free ridership is offered. sfmta has many plans for improving their system. however, these plans have not been achieved. no free rides should be offered untilukvz those improvements hae taken place. it's a wonderful idea to increase ridership, but not if it penalizes current
go by. patricia of san ansalo is loading up on sandbags to keep the water out of her home. >> we live in a low spot at the bottom of a hill. a lot of water comes down. this is to go around the garage and some of the doors and also in the basement. >> david manages an apartment complex in larksbur. >> we made sure all the leave were swept up. and also taking all the furniture down on the decks. >> but it's business as usual at the christmas tree lot at the bonaire shopping center. >> we've had wind storms and rainstorms. and they're lots of fun. people come out rain or shine. >> jaime has been working at the lot every year for the past 33 years. he says he doesn't need to do much to prepare for the storm. in fact, he says bring it on. >> a rainstorm is awesome. it helps feed the tree. >> we hear the warnings year after year. but they're worth repeating the words are always more slick the first few day of the storm. load up on sandbags if you need them. and don't forget to clear out the storm drains. >> well the rain is about to dominate. but something else will grab our attention in th
the clouds go by. patricia is loading up on sandbags to keep water out of her home. >> we live in a low spot at the bottom of a hill, so this is this is to go around the doors at the garage. >reporter: david manages an apartment complex. >> we took care of the parking lot, made sure the leaves were swept up and took all the furniture down on the decks. >>reporter: it's business as usual at the christmas tree lot at this shopping center. >> we've had all kind of wind storms and rainstorms. people come out rain or shine. >>reporter: jamie has been working at the lot every year for the past 33 years. he says help doesn't need to do much to prepare for the storm. in fact, he says, bring it on. >> a rainstorm is awesome. it helps feed the trees. >>reporter: their same warning. be careful on the roads because the roads are slick and load up on the sandbags. >>> the rain is about to dominate, but paul says there's is something else going to grab your attention. >> we'll be hearing rain but also the wind. there's a wind advisory in effect for the bay area with a high wind warning. wide-spread wind g
fired 31 shots in 30 seconds killing six people and wounding 12 others. patricia said giffords gave me courage to speak in court. >> she greeted me and said i needed to be strong. >> reporter: loughner chose not to koinlt court. his mother cried throughout the hearing when the judge handed down the sentence. loughner was diagnosed with schizophrenia and forcibly medicated so he could participate in his defense. many victims say the mental health system and people around loughner failed him. >> we need to be much more willing to intervene. >> reporter: retired colonel survived a shot to the head. he forgives loughner because of his illness. >> if he wasn't mentally disturbed why then there's no way i could forgive him. >> the judge recommended loughner serve his time in the missouri facility where he's been treated for more than a year and don't get help. edward lawrence for cbs news, tucson, arizona. >>> we're getting our first look at the chaotic moments after a jetliner was stolen in utah. the pilot tried to steal a jet at an airport in saint george last july. the plane crashed into
, es ana patricia, que son chicas que no necesitan tanto maquillaje. >>> estaba bella ana patricia, así que tiene la lista de jomari, puede comentarle escribiendo a su twitter y recuerde @jomarigoiso, por supuesto. >>> muchas gracias, a la gente que me quiere, os quiero, gracias a ustedes estoy aquí. >>> muchas gracias a johnny, perdón, a jomari goiso que me ayudó a vestirme. >>> estabas guapísima. >>> más te vale, sino qué vas a decir. >>> con la pena, pero no. >>> recuerde que puede escribirle a su twitter, también en univision.com y también vote en univisionlatingrammy.com para escoger lo más sexy ,los mejores vestidos. >>> gracias, pamela, lucías hermosa, saludos jomari goiso. >>> gracias. >>> el fantasma de la deportación empaña los días de esta jovencita, cuando apenas vivía la esperanza de un futuro mejor. >>> y salen a la luz las imágenes de estaciones de metro después del paso de la tormenta sandy, también los beneficios de la acupuntura, tenemos que comentarle que como siempre estamos recibiendo en nuestras computadoras todos sus mensajes, porque cumbre por tr
collapsed. >> there was blood everywhere, and i thought, i'm dying, and then i blacked out. >> patricia parks' body was pulled from the larger plane. her daughter tracy back then. >> i didn't see her get shot, but i saw her brains in the plane and i saw her laying out on the ground. >> my mother was hit. they shot her and my dad wanted to kind of not let me see that. >> worried the gunmen might return to the airport, jerry parks told his two daughters and three other youths to seek cover. >> we got them into the jungle and told them to stay there, don't come out until we come back and holler for you. >> so where did you go? >> we just ran straight back through there, yeah. straight in. >> others carried a badly wounded jackie speier to the edge of the jungle. >> unfortunately, i was placed on an ant hill. but you don't sweat the small stuff when you're dying. >> reporters found the only painkiller in town. >> during the night, they would come and bring a bottle of rum, and that's how i got through the night. sipping on a bottle of rum. >> jerry parks' worries were getting worse. >> befo
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